Dementia through the eyes of sufferers
Tuesday 10 Dec 2013
Two Swinburne FLSS PhD students were actively involved in the development of a new dementia learning centre
Swinburne student wins Rotary award
Friday 6 Dec 2013
Forensic science and psychology student Karuna Santosa has won the inaugural Swinburne-Camberwell Rotary Community Service award.
Swinburne's brightest innovators on show
Thursday 28 Nov 2013
The innovative ideas of Swinburne's brightest students will be on display at the Student Projects Showcase 2013.
Black silicon shows antibacterial power
Wednesday 27 Nov 2013
Inspired by the surface of dragonfly wings, Swinburne researchers have shown the potential of black silicon as a new antibacterial surface.
Just what is going on in Victoria?
Saturday 16 Nov 2013
Swinburne researcher Dustin Halse reviews recent events in the Victorian parliament.
Batman: the superhuman superhero
Friday 8 Nov 2013
Swinburne media studies lecturer Dr Liam Burke has published a book that explores the fan obsession with superhero Batman.
Missing votes and the preference lotto
Wednesday 6 Nov 2013
Swinburne's Rob Hoffman says electoral reform may look at the preference system that led to the election count being so vulnerable.
Swinburne awarded $1.26M research funding
Thursday 24 Oct 2013
Three Swinburne projects will receive more than $1.26 million under the National Health and Medical Research Council’s 2013 grants scheme.
APS honours Swinburne psychology experts
Tuesday 15 Oct 2013
Two senior Swinburne psychology experts have been honoured at the Australian Psychological Society annual conference.
New book reveals gay men's relationships
Wednesday 25 Sep 2013
Swinburne sociology lecturer Dr Peter Robinson has written a book examining the life stories of a diverse sample of gay men.